Toronto International Music Festival
Toronto is Canada’s largest city and home to some of the country’s most iconic landmarks. The annual Toronto International Music Festival takes place right in the city centre and showcases international blues, jazz and classical musicians. All musicians that present in the festival are high school students, with the festival giving them the opportunity to visit the city and show off their unique musical talent.
By attending this festival not only will you be able to hear musical young talent from around the globe but will also be able to explore this fascinating city. Ride the glass elevator to the top of the CN Tower, North America’s second tallest free standing building, and enjoy magnificent views of the city while standing on its glass floor or step back into time and wander around the hallways and tunnels of Casa Loma.
Toronto is also known for its shopping, restaurants and vibrant nightlife and all of these things can be enjoyed while attending the Toronto International Music Festival. The city’s public transport system is a great way for visitors to get around the downtown core, though a vehicle is often required to get out of the city centre and explore the rest of this massive city.
A great way to enjoy the festival and explore the city is by campervan, with depots right in the city centre as well as at the airport. Models such as the Vc Van Conversion supplied by Real Value RV and CanaDream’s Deluxe Van Camper are both suitable for city driving thanks to their compact size and provide for budget-friendly accommodations in this somewhat expensive city.
Family-sized vehicles are fantastic for families whose children are taking part in the festival, as the whole family can make a holiday of it. CanaDream’s Midi Motorhome is a popular choice among small families, while Pure Motorhomes’ Class C Mhc24 is ideal for up to six people. Both of these models come complete with shower, toilet and kitchenette so the family can feel right at home.
Another great thing about Toronto is its close proximity to the great outdoors, which Canada is famous for. It is very easy to get out of the city and spend a day exploring Toronto’s stunning surrounding areas. Take the kids to Wasaga Beach for the day, which is home to the longest freshwater beach in the world or spend a day hiking along the famous Bruce Trail, which is a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve.